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The SP4-MAMBO requires a single PCI Express® lane from the backplane, passed over across the connector P1 to a PCIe Gen2 packet switch (upstream port).
The PCIe downstream ports from the switch are used to supply each Mini Card socket with an individual PCI Express® link, as required e.g. Another port from the PCIe packet switch feeds an on-board USB 2.0 controller, which is required for USB type Mini Cards, such as most modems.
The m SATA connector can be used also with an USB style Mini Card.
The associated Micro SIM card holder is positioned below the Mini Card module itself, due to space restrictions on the SP4-MAMBO PCB.
The related SIM card holders are suitable for 15mm x 12mm Micro SIM cards, which are most widely in use.
Any Compact PCI® Serial peripheral slot - in addition to its PCIe link - may provide a SATA channel and also an USB port, available from the backplane via connector P1.
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allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary PHP code via a URL in the mos Config_live_site parameter.
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1.0.11 through 1.0.14, when RG_EMULATION is enabled in configuration.php, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary PHP code via a URL in the mos Config_absolute_path parameter.
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The SP4-MAMBO is a peripheral board for Compact PCI® Serial systems and serves as a quad PCI Express® Mini Card carrier, either full- or half-size style.
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